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Papae Wymore, M.A.

Assistant Professor


Professor Papae Wymore has been an Education Division faculty member since 2016. She focuses on making her courses interesting and engaging by incorporating projects and real-world applications into her teaching. Supporting students through advising continues to be a passion for her. Assisting students in their growth and development in meeting life goals so that students can be successful brings her much joy.

Professor Wymore finds her responsibilities at William Penn University very rewarding. She enjoys helping students become the best educators possible. She strives to be caring, compassionate, and incorporate the Quaker values into her lessons. She has found that everyone on campus is working towards creating a friendly and positive learning environment in which all students can be successful.

Outside of teaching, Professor Wymore enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, reading and volunteering in local schools.

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  • A.A., Indian Hills Community College
  • B.A., Elementary Education, Buena Vista University
  • M.A., Education, Viterbo University
  • Iowa Reading League, President and Co-founder
  • Iowa Association of Colleges for Teacher Education,  Model Code of Ethics for Educators Workgroup and Literacy Leadership Team
  • National Association of Elementary School Principals, Member
  • Optimist Club, Member
  • Oskaloosa Community School District, District Advisory Committee
  • Philanthropic Educational Organization, Member
  • School Administrators of Iowa, Member
  • Stronger Together: The Alliance for Reading Science in Higher Education (STARS-HE), Member
  • William Penn University Education Club, Advisor
  • Statesmen Awards, Advisor of the Year, William Penn University, 2019
  • EDSP 360 Diagnosis and Treatment of Reading Difficulties
  • EDUC 100 Into to Elementary Education
  • EDUC 265 Children’s Literature
  • EDUC 355 Classroom Management
  • EDUC 370 Teaching of Reading
  • EDUC 373 Literacy Field Experience
  • EDUC 375 Reading Practicum
  • Elementary Student Teaching Supervisor
  • Student Teaching Coordinator
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